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Evidence-Based Treatment for Anxiety Disorders and Depression: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Compendium
Edited by Gillian Todd and Rhena Branch
Cambridge University Press / Softcover / Jan 2022
9781108431071 (ISBN-10: 1108431070)
Empirically Based Therapy / Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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Written by internationally recognized experts, this comprehensive CBT clinician's manual provides disorder-specific chapters and accessible pedagogical features. The cutting-edge research, advanced theory, and attention to special adaptations make this an appropriate reference text for qualified CBT practitioners, students in post-graduate CBT courses, and clinical psychology doctorate students. The case examples demonstrate clinical applications of specific interventions and explain how to adapt CBT protocols for a range of diverse populations. It strikes a balance between core, theoretical principles and protocol-based interventions, simulating the experience of private supervision from a top expert in the field.

• Provides case examples that demonstrate clinical applications of specific interventions
• Achieves a balance between theory-practice links and evidence based treatment protocols
• Shows how to adapt CBT protocols for different populations

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Rhena Branch and Gillian Todd
2. The history and philosophical underpinnings of CBT – the state of the art Jodie Paget

Part I. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders:
3. CBT for specific phobia Lina A. Gega and Barry J. Wright
4. CBT for panic disorder Robin D. Bailey
5. The cognitive behavioral treatment of agoraphobia Vijaya Manicavasagar and Derrick Silove
6. Cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder Michaela B. Swee, M. Taylor Wilmer and Richard G. Heimberg
7. CBT for social anxiety disorder Henrik Nordhal and Adrian Wells
8. CBT for somatic symptom disorder and illness anxiety disorder Lillian Reuman and Jonathan S. Abramowitz
9. Cognitive behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder – targeting intolerance of uncertainty Cara R. Dunkley and Melissa Robichaud

Part II. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder:
10. CBT for PTSD Lily A. Brown and Edna B. Foa

Part III. Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Associated Disorders:
11. Obsessive-compulsive disorder – an updated cognitive behavioral approach Oliver Sündermann and David Veale
12. CBT for OCD: Evidence-based treatment for contamination and checking Elizabeth A. Forrester
13. Obsessive-compulsive disorder – treating obsessions and associated behavioral responses Gillian M. Alcolado
14. Other specified and unspecified obsessive-compulsive and related disorders Jan van Niekerk and Kieron O'Connor
15. Cognitive-behavioral approach to body dysmorphic disorder – assessment, treatment, and new developments Oliver Sündermann and David Veale
16. Comprehensive behavioral treatment for trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder) and excoriation (skin picking) disorder Charles S. Mansueto
17. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for hoarding disorder Caitlin A. Stamatis, McKenzie K. Roddy and Kiara R. Timpano

Part IV. Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression:
18. Behavioral activation Courtney Colgan, Carl Lejuez and Jessica F. Magidson
19. CBT for persistent depressive disorder Anne Garland
20. Rumination-focused cognitive behavioral therapy Edward Watkins
21. Cognitive behavioral therapy for perinatal depression Laura E. Sockol

Part V. Complexity and Comorbidity in Anxiety Disorders and Depression – Case Formulation and Treatment Planning:
22. Case formulation for complexity and comorbidity in anxiety disorders and depression Simona Stefan and Daniel David
23. Treating complexity and comorbidity in anxiety disorders and depression Cory F. Newman

Part VI. Specialist Applications of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders and Depression:
24. The application of cognitive behavioral therapy for the learning-disabled population Marc Serfaty, Matt Broadway-Horner and Angela Hassiotis
25. Cognitive behavioral therapy with autistic children and adults Peter E Langdon
26. Adapting CBT for treating anxiety disorders and depression in adults with ADHD Laura D. Eddy, Laura E. Knouse and Steven A. Safren
27. Adapting CBT for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders and depression Taylor N. Stephens, Kimberly Blears, Erin E. Soares, Julia Rogers and Eduardo L. Bunge
28. Adapting cognitive behavior therapy for older adults with anxiety disorders and depression Suma Chand and George Grossberg
29. Cross-cultural CBT Andrew Beck and Michelle Brooks-Ucheaga

Part VII. Future Developments:
30. Definitions of self-esteem across CBT and REBT literature Jodie Paget, Rhena Branch and Michael Townend.

About the Editors:

Gillian Todd is a freelance CBT trainer, supervisor, and practitioner. She is a fellow of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). Now retired, Gillian was affiliated with the University of Cambridge and University of East Anglia. She also co-authored two CBT self-help books and two CBT therapist manuals.

Rhena Branch co-authored CBT for Dummies and is the clinical lead and director of a mental health charity (Fig Branch, reg no. 1189312). Now retired from lecturing, Rhena was affiliated with Goldsmith's University London, Anglia Ruskin University, and University of East Anglia.


Rhena Branch, Gillian Todd, Jodie Paget, Lina A. Gega, Barry J. Wright, Robin D. Bailey, Vijaya Manicavasagar, Derrick Silove, Michaela B. Swee, M. Taylor Wilmer, Richard G. Heimberg, Henrik Nordhal, Adrian Wells, Lillian Reuman, Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Cara R. Dunkley, Melissa Robichaud, Lily A. Brown, Edna B. Foa, Oliver Sunderman, David Veale, Elizabeth A. Forrester, Gillian M. Alcolado, Jan van Niekerk, Kieron O'Connor, Charles S. Mansueto, Caitlin A. Stamatis, McKenzie K. Roddy, Kiara R. Timpano, Courtney Colgan, Carl Lejuez, Jessica F. Magidson, Anne Garland, Edward Watkins, Laura E. Sockol, Simona Stefan, Daniel David, Cory F. Newman, Marc Serfaty, Matt Broadway-Horner, Angela Hassiotis, Peter E Langdon, Laura D. Eddy, Laura E. Knouse, Steven A. Safren, Taylor N. Stephens, Kimberly Blears, Erin E. Soares, Julia Rogers, Eduardo L. Bunge, Suma Chand, George Grossberg, Andrew Beck, Michelle Brooks-Ucheaga, Rhena Branch, Michael Townend

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